Wars Last Goodbyes
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All Saints Sutton Courtenay

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And his adopted son

Lieut John Rising Kennedy-Cox

5th Royal Hamps Regt

He was killed during the Second World War

17th April 1941

Both lived at the Norman Hall for some time


Jesu, joy of man's desiring

Holy wisdom love most bright

Drawn by Thee, our souls aspiring
Soar to uncreated light

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All Saints Sutton Courtenay

Oxfordshire

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John James

Rising

6th November 1912

Essex

17th April 1941

Killed by enemy action in Westminster when the Luftwaffe dropped one of the heaviest bombings of the Blitz on London

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All Saints churchyard, Sutton Courtenay, Oxfordshire

Second World War

Second Lieutenant

5th Battalion Hampshire Regiment

Adopted son of Reginald Kennedy-Cox

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